Rodon Mount Hotel and Resort
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... rooms as well as luxurious suites and it is up to the budget of the interested party to book accordingly. Besides, what we pay is what we get isn't it?
THE SPA: Member of the Leading Spas of the World, the Amathus Spa Centre has the largest indoor pool in Cyprus with sea water that is heated to 28 °C during the cooler winter months.
IN ALL: The hotel seems to offer world-class comfort. It looks ideal for travelers seeking ...
BEVERAGE: A trip of Tastes starts with a good wine of an elegant taste. To complement our meal we had a brilliant Greek rose-red wine, the ‘Techni Alipias for €9.00 per glass coming from Drama. It was delightfully fragrant, full-bodied, well-structured with a refreshing crisp.
APPETIZERS & DUMPLINGS: For starters I had 4 different dumplings, (steamed prawn, bay scallop, steamed lobster and the pan fried chicken). The lobster and scallop ...
... and I was happy to see that treatments were affordable too, compared to other SPA hotels in Cyprus.
My therapist gave me tips of how to fight tension and managed to let all my stress float away in minutes…I am grateful and want to thank Antigoni, through this entry.
If guests wish to use the Steam rooms and the Sauna, will have to arrange ...
... to arrange this special moment for any of their guests. The Faros Beach Bar is the perfect spot for an afternoon snack, sunset cocktails or casual dining by the sea.
CONFERENCE CENTRE: Unique facilities, cutting edge technology and impeccable service provided for conference meetings, executive retreats and a variety of venues like a wedding, a christening, a private party and more.
WI FI: Complimentary Wi Fi internet ...
... We also managed to make it all the way down to the old port and back the first day but it was about 1.5 hours each way so the next day we just found a bus...a much easier way to go! Today we explored the castle (yes another one, but a really well preserved example with a full museum inside), then we explored the side streets and alleys around the port and got Mike a new wedding ring as his is likely somewhere in the Athens airport security centre at the moment. ...